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West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority and Hillsborough County

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Title:
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority and Hillsborough County
Language:
English

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Groundwater ( jstor )
Water samples ( jstor )
Reasonable time ( jstor )
Spatial Coverage:
North America -- United States of America -- Florida

Notes

Abstract:
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority and Hillsborough County
General Note:
Box 10, Folder 23 ( SF Wellfield Interties - 1980-83 ), Item 11
Funding:
Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.

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Levin College of Law, University of Florida
Holding Location:
Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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SNO. 206676
st Coast Regional Water ply p)
Authority & Hillsborough County


g. Within 120 days from issuance of this permit, the Permittee shall submit a
letter report summarizing the schedule for retiring the withdrawal facilities
numbered 1 through 39. This schedule shall not be binding upon the Permittee
4(1 1 but shall represent the Permttee's future plans for said wells using the
a ( best available informationA di alges in this schedule shall be reported in
writing to the Director of Resource Regulation. Furthermore, full consider-
ation shall be given to maintaining each well as a standby well or a monitor
well prior to any consideration for abandonment. No well numbered 1 through
39 shall be abandoned without prior written approval of the Director of
Resource Regulation.

h. Permittee shall submit a letter report to the Director of Resource Regula-
tion within 6 months from the issuance of this permit and annual letter
reports thereafter on the anniversary date of this permit regarding the
plans and progress for major transmission facilities to interconnect *4'
well fields and pump stations under the control of the Permittee. This
report shall give particular reference to the progress made by the Per-
mittee in making water from Cross Bar and Cypress Creek Well Field
hydraulically available to all the authorized users of water from these
well fields.

1. At such times that the total quantities set forth in paragraph 6 of this permit
d ~ t met by withdrawals from the facilities listed in paragraph 7
B difference may be made up through withdrawals from Cosme-Odessa and Section 21
Well Fields not to exceed maximum daily combined withdrawals of 6 MGD nor to
exceed average annual combined withdrawals of 2 MGD from such well fields. Such
supplemental withdrawals are authorized by Consumptive Use Permit Numbers 200003
(Section 21) and 200004 (Cosme-Odessa) subject nevertheless to all conditions
set forth in such permits. All such withdrawals for supplemental supply shall
be reasonably balanced between the two well fields. At no time shall the com-
bined total withdrawals, regardless of source, exceed the authorized quantities
set forth in paragraph 6 of this permit.

During the first 30 months of this permit, the Permittee may cause the levels set
forth in paragraph 10e of Consumptive Use Permit Numbers 200003 and 200004 to be
exceeded on a recurring basis, but such authorization is limited as follows:
At Section 21 Well Field, recurrence shall not exceed six (6) consecutive weeks
or more than a total of eight (8) weeks during any annual period commencing
November 30, 1982 and November 30, 1983; at Cosme-Odessa Well Field, recurrence
shall not exceed three (C3 consecutive weeks or more than a total of five (5)
weeks during any annual period commencing November 30, 1982 and November 30, 1983.

12. The District reserves the right, at all reasonable times, to collect water samples
for analysis. The District may, upon prior notice, collect water samples from any
or all withdrawal points listed on the Permit, or may, at the option of the Dis-
trict, provide mailable containers to the Permittee, and require the Permittee to
forward samples from any or all withdrawal points within a reasonable period of
time prescribed.

13. The District may, at a future date, establish a minimum water level in the aquifer
or aquifers hydrologically associated with these withdrawals, which may require
the Permittee to limit withdrawal from these groundwater sources at times when
water levels fall below these minimums (Section 373.042, F.S.).


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Lp NO. 206676
Iest Coast Regional Water r)ply
Authority Hillsborough County


g. Within 120 days from issuance of this permit, the Permittee shall submit a
letter report summarizing the schedule for retiring the withdrawal facilities
numbered 1 through 39. This schedule shall not be binding upon the Permittee
but shall represent the Permittee's future plans for said wells using the
best available information' C aies in this schedule shall be reported in
writing to the Director of Resource Regulation. Furthermore, full consider-
ation shall be given to maintaining each well as. a standby well or a monitor
well prior to any consideration for abandonment. No well numbered 1 through
39 shall be abandoned without prior written approval of the Director of
Resource Regulation.

h. Permittee shall submit a letter report to the Director of Resource Regula-
tion within 6 months from the issuance of this permit and annual letter
reports thereafter on the anniversary date of this permit regarding the
plans and progress for major transmission facilities to interconnect *,Hs
well fields and pump stations under the control of the Permittee. This
report shall give particular reference to the progress made by the Per-
mittee in making water from Cross Bar and Cypress Creek Well Field
hydraulically available to all the authorized users of water from these


well fields.

At such times that the total quantities set forth in paragraph 6 of this permit
difference may be made up through withdrawals from Cosme-Odessa and Section 21
Well Fields not to exceed maximum daily combined withdrawals of 6 MGD nor to
exceed average annual combined withdrawals of 2 MGD from such well fields. Such
supplemental withdrawals are authorized by Consumptive Use Permit Numbers 200003
(Section 21) and 200004 (Cosme-Odessa) subject nevertheless to all conditions
set forth in such permits. All such withdrawals for supplemental supply shall
be reasonably balanced between the two well fields. At no time shall the com-
bined total withdrawals, regardless of source, exceed the authorized quantities
set forth in paragraph 6 of this permit.

During the first 30 months of this permit, the Permittee may cause the levels set
forth in paragraph 10e of Consumptive Use Permit Numbers 200003 and 200004 to be
exceeded on a recurring basis, but such authorization is limited as follows:
At Section 21 Well Field, recurrence shall not exceed six C6) consecutive weeks
or more than a total of eight (8) weeks during any annual period commencing
November 30, 1982 and November 30, 1983; at Cosme-Odessa Well Field, recurrence
shall not exceed three (3) consecutive weeks or more than a total of five (5)
weeks during any annual period commencing November 30, 1982 and November 30, 1983.


12. The District reserves the right, at all reasonable times, to collect water samples
for analysis. The District may, upon prior notice, collect water samples from any
or all withdrawal points listed on the Permit, or may, at the option of the Dis-
trict, provide mailable containers to the Permittee, and require the Permittee to
forward samples from any or all withdrawal points within a reasonable period of
time prescribed.

13. The District may, at a future date, establish a minimum water level in the aquifer
or aquifers hydrologically associated with these withdrawals, which may require
the Permittee to limit withdrawal from these groundwater sources at times when
water levels fall below these minimums (Section 373.042, F.S.).


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